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Summary

It often takes just one or two factors to cause an accident. If you build or retrofit machinery, a structured risk assessment is a fundamental priority in which to begin designing for safety. The goal of a risk assessment is to identify hazards, analyze the risks, and then apply the appropriate risk reduction measures. This should be done in accordance with the applicable national and/or international standards.

What You Will Learn:

- How to recognize and define hazards and risks
- How to prepare for a risk assessment
- Understand the steps involved in a risk assessment
- Know when you've reached an acceptable risk limit
- How to eliminate or reduce risk exposure
- Verify risk reduction applications

SPEAKER

Sten

Doug Sten
Safety Consultant
Pilz Automation Safety L.P.


Doug Sten, Ph D, CSP, CMSE®, is a Safety Consultant with Pilz Automation Safety L.P. Dr. Sten has degrees in Safety Engineering, Safety Management, Behavioral Science and is a Certified Safety Professional with a specialty in Product Safety and a CMSE® - Certified Machinery Safety Expert, by TÜV Nord. Doug has over 25 years in the plastics machinery industry employed as a consultant; and over 20 years participating on US and international safety standards committees. He has worked for Pilz since January 2014.

SPONSORED BY

Pilz